Death toll in the Mediterranean also soars as hundreds of refugees drown off the coast of Libya
Documents published from Freedom of Information request – but almost all the content was redacted
Officials have confirmed that a train 'of a military nature' has been discovered, but historians are sceptical
Politicians on all sides call for migration to be part of EU renegotiation as business leaders brand target "bizarre"
Chancellor is visiting Finland, Sweden and Denmark to argue the case for Britain's proposed EU reforms
Ayoub El-Khazzani, tackled by members of public, reportedly claimed he found gun by chance
Theresa May and Bernard Cazeneuve say officers will work with French police and EU border force
An in/out referendum on Britain's membership of the EU will be held in 2017 - if not before
Artist Jani Leinonen will run a series of lectures and workshops teaching young people how to be activists
Luka the 18-month old monkey has been returned to the zoo in Macedonia and reunited with his family
Activists say event is inappropriate in wake of West Bank arson attacks
Button and his wife Jessica Michibata had jewellery worth £300,000 stolen from Saint-Tropez villa
The Battle of Agincourt has long been celebrated, but the French have a different perspective on its 600th anniversary
Martin Patzelt said opening up his home might help 'get rid of the hostility' towards migrants in Germany
One of France's best known doctors tweeted that the king 'could have paid his bill of €3.7m to the Paris hospitals. A polite gesture!'
'If you receive an ugly sweater from your mother for Christmas you should take it up with her'
Foreign Office issues warning to Brits amid strike action, migrant activity and Operation Stack
New legislation targets ultra-nationalist groups who revere WWII far-right paramilitaries
It's not just holiday money – savings and mortgage rates could also be affected by the Greek crisis
Men were 'brandishing sawn-off shotguns' in what is believed to have been an attempted robbery